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United States Naval Academy

United States Naval Academy

The United States Naval Academy, USNA, is a four year undergraduate, military academy in Annapolis, Maryland. The Academy, which was established in 1845 by George Bancroft, Secretary of the Navy, occupies a 338 acre naval base. USNA provides its students with moral, academic or professional, and physical education. The divisions of the Academy are as follows:

  • Division of Engineering and Weapons
  • Division of Humanities & Social Science
  • Division of Information Technology Services
  • Division of Mathematics and Science
  • Division of Professional Development
  • Officer Development

USNA students participate in baseball, basketball, heavyweight and lightweight wrestling, cross country, football, golf, gymnastics, soccer, sprint football, squash, swimming, water polo, diving, sailing, rifle, and volleyball. Students of the USNA can choose from more than 90 clubs and organizations including the Golden Key National Honor Society, Phi Kappa Phi, and Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Society.

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Computer Science
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Naval Architecture And Marine Engineering
Ocean Engineering
Systems Engineering
Operations Research
Chinese Language And Literature
Arabic Language And Literature
English Language And Literature, General
Mathematics, General
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Chemistry, General
Oceanography, Chemical And Physical
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